New England Biolabs Opens New Subsidiary Office in France

By New England Biolabs, PRNE
Wednesday, May 25, 2011

IPSWICH, Massachusetts, May 26, 2011 -

New England Biolabs (NEB), a world leader in the production and supply of
reagents for the life science industry, extends its global subsidiary network
with the opening of New England Biolabs France, located at Bioparc Genopole
in Evry, just south of Paris.

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Jim Ellard, President and CEO of NEB Inc., was on hand to officially open
the new subsidiary and remarked, "France has a strong life science
infrastructure of Pharma, biotech and research institutes. We are proud and
humbled that French researchers depend on us to provide exceptional quality
products and technical support to help them make discoveries. This new office
allows us to offer scientists an even higher level of collaboration and
personalized service."

France is a very important part of the European life science community
and the opening of NEB France brings more direct and efficient access to
NEB's high quality reagents and industry-leading technical support and
service to French researchers.

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About NEB

Established in the mid 1970's, New England Biolabs, Inc. is the industry
leader in the discovery and production of enzymes for molecular biology
applications, and now offers the largest selection of recombinant and native
enzymes for genomic research. NEB continues to expand its product offerings
into areas related to PCR, gene expression, cellular analysis, epigenetics
and RNA analysis. Additionally, NEB is focused on strengthening alliances
that enable new technologies to reach key market sectors. New England Biolabs
is a privately held company headquartered in Ipswich, MA, and has extensive
worldwide distribution through a network of exclusive distributors, agents
and subsidiaries located in Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan and the UK.
For more information about New England Biolabs, visit

Deana Martin, New England Biolabs, +1-978-380-7464, martin at

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